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Special Acknowledgements

ASSTR is home to over 1000 authors of erotic literature, host of the newsgroup, mirror site for, and host of several popular erotic literature archives.

ASSTR would like to say Thank you! to everyone on this list for your generousity. If you're interested in making a hardware donation, please contact us for a current list of site needs.

For a list of recent monetary donations, click here.


Mark of San Jose, CA who donated our most powerful machine to date: a dual CPU, dual Core AMD Operteron 275 system with 16GB of RAM. Mark additionally donated several rackmount Gigabit switches and numerous SCSI SCA hard drives.

Dave Akron of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania who donated a 486 Motherboard and CPU.

Arthur Campbell of San Jose, California who donated 4 Megabytes of RAM to the project.

Anonymous of Portland, Oregon for donating a Ultra Wide/LVD SCSI cable and offering a significantly discounted hard drive.

Winston Jacobs of Bellville, Illinois who donated 8 Megabytes of RAM, bringing our server's memory up to 12 Megabytes.

Tony M. of New York who donated an IBM Thinkpad laptop to facilitate remote administration.

Ingrid Bellingham of Ontario, New York who donated 3 SCSI drives to the project.

Bill Islington of Mangilao, Guam who donated both a SCSI card and an ethernet Card to the project!

Jarrod Patrick of Provo, Utah for donating a Colorado Memory Systems Jumbo 250mb tape backup to the project

Michael R. of Cortlandt Manor, New York who donated ASSTR's second 256MB DIMM

Ryan Wilson -aKa LEXtext- who dontated a 32MB DIMM

"John Doe" from the Sunshine State who dontated 5 gigabytes of hard drive space

"John Doe II" who dontated the server's second P-II 350MHz CPU

Dryad who donated a 10GB hard drive to the cause.


Eli the Bearded for providing us with a mirror of ASSM

Matt Wynecoup for allowing the use of his K6-2 300mhz machine as the main server for several months

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